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News Minute: Here is the latest Massachusetts news from The Associated Press

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BOSTON (AP) - Former Congressman William Delahunt says he has resigned his post heading a medical marijuana firm that sued Massachusetts after its application to open three dispensaries was rejected. The Patriot Ledger reports another official with Delahunt's former company says the lawsuit will go on.

NORTHBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -- A paratrooper killed in Afghanistan is being laid to rest in Northborough today. Residents of the town were asked to line the streets to honor Specialist Brian Arsenault. The 28-year-old died after being injured during a firefight between his unit and enemy forces.

BOSTON (AP) -- Twin sisters who once lived in Burlington have been charged with stealing more than $580,000 from a number of agencies by providing unlicensed psychological services. State authorities say neither Nita Guzman nor her sister, Nina Tischer, is licensed to practice psychology. They now live in Minnesota.

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) -- A Muslim women's advocate critical of Islam gave a talk at Yale University. The New Haven Register reports Ayaan Hirsi Ali noted that those who resist criticism are often branded as infidels and heretics. Brandeis University dis-invited Ali from an appearance last spring and withdrew its offer of an honorary degree.

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